NYC cabaret star Corinna Sowers-Adler returns to our stage.
One of New York’s premiere cabaret performers, Corinna Sowers-Adler, will be appearing in a return engagement to The Emerson Center on December 8 at 4:00 p.m. presenting her latest musical review.
Fresh from debuting at the Mabel Mercer Cabaret Convention at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Ms. Sowers-Adler will star in "Let Me Sing and I'm Happy," which is an evening of American popular song filled with funny songs with "crazy words that roll along" to make you laugh, "sad refrains of broken hearts that loved in vain" to make you cry, and "crooning blues" that start you tappin' your feet and lift you out of your seat!
Ms. Sowers-Adler is the latest voice of the American Songbook. She has performed her solo shows to rave reviews in New York City at The Metropolitan Room, Stage 72 at the Triad, The Duplex Cabaret Theatre, and the Laurie Beechman Theatre. She is the host of the critically acclaimed, MAC award-nominated "Music at the Mansion" series.
For her Vero Beach appearance, Corinna will be joined on stage by Kent Taylor Brown on piano.
From Berlin to Broadway to The Beatles, Corinna brings a new face to the sound of old favorites and a classic twist to new standards. "Let Me Sing and I'm Happy" is an evening not to be missed.
For more information and to sample Corinna’s beautiful style, visit her web site http://corinnasings.com.
For details, click here. Tickets are $20 in advance / $25 at the door and are available from our online box office or by calling 772.778.5249. Also, you can visit The Emerson Center's box office at 1590 27th Avenue in Vero Beach.
It's time to get your tickets for our Celebrated Speakers Series.
Wait no more! You can claim tickets for the 2014 Celebrated Speakers Series right now from our box office by calling 772.778.5249. Find our about available seats and pick the spots that suit you best. You'll be ready for the Treasure Coast's leading public speakers series.
"The 2014 season will continue to 'raise the bar' for bringing top speakers to our discerning audiences," states Woody Sutton, a volunteer for the Vero Beach events venue. "With the advisory guidance of our Patrons Club Members, we've scheduled an exceptional line-up of speakers to address the topics that will stir conversations throughout our community and beyond. You don't want to miss this season. Many excellent seats are still available, but you should act now to assure you don't miss out."
|The 2014 Celebrated Speakers Series line-up...|
|Adm. Mike Mullen||Robert Ballard||Jon Meacham||Jon Huntsman|
Starting in 2014, instead of a 4 PM and 7 PM appearance or each speaker, we'll have a 4 PM and 6:30 PM curtain for our programs. Also, our subscribers will notice a difference in the ticket prices between these two shows. "We want to make our second performances more appealing to more of our audience," adds Sutton. "Our second performances have always been very special," he explains. "For the later events, the speakers are more comfortable dealing with a Vero Beach audience and the rapport is much better. Plus, the crowds are smaller and a guests get better seat assignments and easier parking. Once people attend these later shows, they rarely want to go back to four o'clock."
Sutton also notes that individual tickets to single performances are now
Details about the 2014 season can be found here. Also, you can call our Box Office at 772.778.5249 or order tickets online.
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|12/8/2013||SE||Corinna Sowers-Adler, Cabaret Singer|
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